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How to Optimize and Manage Windows for Speed ?

Something to keep in mind is that when you buy a new PC, it tends to be very fast (depending on hardware). But after a while, when you have installed programs, slows down. Given below tips are simple but their implementation have the potential to take your computer to incredible limits.
Below mentioned are the most easiest ways to optimize a PC:
Cleaning the desktop: Showing animated or graphically heavy icons also affect the speed of your PC. Since these have effects (shadows, etc.) And not having a good graphics card makes your computer take much longer to load.
Eliminate unnecessary or unused programs: This frees up some CPU space, which in turn lessens the time required for accessing any program file from hard disk. This step is highly recommended.
Clean delete temporary registry and boot files: When you install any application, it is added to the registry to start when Windows starts. This is one of the main problems we all have. For this I recommend using CCleaner. Which is the most popular and useful tool for this purpose.
Disk usage: With WinDirStat you can see the space occupied by each folder on your hard drive to remove unnecessary ones, for faster loading.
Delete duplicate files: Sometimes we unknowing make duplicate of any file, for longer periods if this practice goes on, it will create a highly undesirable burden on your hard drive, moreover increasing the response time of your machine. For this WinMerge is an excellent application that is responsible for detecting any duplicate files present on your machine. The application traces the duplicate files and then presents the list so that you can remove the unnecessary ones.
Permanently deleted files: When you uninstall any program some of the files associated with that program are not erased. They remain there to facilitate the process of re-installation.  Deleting these files with Eraser will help free up some disk space.
Format: When nothing works, it is best to save crucial files, reformat the computer and install the operating system again.
Increase your RAM: It is always advisable to increase your RAM to at least 1 GB, because the new continuously evolving applications are continuously demanding it.
Effects: And finally I recommend two things: 1) defragment the disk regularly and 2) remove all the visual effects of Windows XP. To do this, Right click on My Computer go to Properties then to Advanced, under Performance click Settings; select the one for better performance.